MILLIKEN. SmartTrack station area profile. 9,300 existing daily TTC surface transit ridership at station location. Low. High MILLIKEN STATION

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1 MILLIKEN Milliken Station is near major shopping destinations in Markham that could attract significant ridership to this station from residents of downtown Toronto, which are currently not easily accessible without a car. The station area has long-term redevelopment potential on shopping mall sites with large surface parking lots. The station could provide some degree of trip diversion potential from routes operating on Steeles Avenue to the Yonge subway line. Anticipated impacts are minimal. There are no immediately around the station, the area is built up with industrial uses, and contains an existing GO Rail station. Existing GO Rail Station south of Steeles Pacific Mall Splendid China Mall Future Remington Centre 4 Mary Ward Catholic Secondary School CITY of MARKHAM 5 Steeles 4 Kennedy 9,00 existing daily TTC surface < 4 MILLIKEN 57 Midland None 9% 7% within

2 FINCH EAST Finch East Station has limited development potential. Areas to the north could be intensified with employment uses in the longer term. The station would address the lack of higher-order rapid transit in the northeast part of Scarborough. It could provide alternative route to downtown Toronto, potentially reducing demand on the Yonge Subway. Sir William Osler School L Amoureaux Community Centre < 4 Kennedy 57 Midland 9 Finch -density industrial, vacant lot, north of Finch FINCH EAST,900 existing daily TTC surface None 45% 5% % within

3 AGINCOURT Agincourt Station has some mixeduse redevelopment potential within 800m of the station, but not immediately around the station site. The station could provide an alternative for transit riders using the Sheppard East bus to access the Sheppard and Yonge subway lines for trips destined downtown. Anticipated impacts are moderate as this is an existing GO Rail station, but the station is close to existing. Agincourt Mall Tam O Shanter Golf Club Agincourt Collegiate Institute 4 Agincourt Community Services Association 4 Kennedy 85 Sheppard 57 Midland AGINCOURT 4 Proximity to Natural Heritage System Existing GO Rail station north of Sheppard 9,00 existing daily TTC surface None 6% 8% 5% % % % within

4 ELLESMERE Ellesmere Station has some development potential; however, the majority of parcels around the station have been recently developed, or are unlikely to redevelop soon. The extension of Ellesmere BRT route from Scarborough Centre to this station would better integrate this station into the broader transit network. Centennial College Progress Campus Leisure World Kennedy Commons Mall 4 Kennedy 57 Midland > Anticipated impacts are minimal. There are no immediately around the station, and the area is built up with industrial uses. Close to land Creek Close to Natural Heritage System 95 York Mills Ellesmere ELLESMERE City public works yard north of Ellesmere Scarborough RT Station south of Ellesmere 0,000 existing daily TTC surface Ionview () Eglinton East (800m) 8% % % % 67% % within

5 LAWRENCE EAST Lawrence East Station has the greatest development potential of all proposed new stations in Scarborough. Official Plan land use policies (mixed Use Areas along an Avenue) already support growth around station. The station area has a high number of soft sites within. Close to land Creek Close to Natural Heritage System City public works yard north of Lawrence Private open space (residential tower) south of Lawrence Lawrence East RT Station Toronto Police site north of Lawrence Centennial College Midland Campus Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute McGregor Park Library & Recreation Centre 4 Bendale Business & Technical Institute 5 Royal Institute of International Studies 6 Operation Springboard, AK Centre for Youth 7 Redemption Integration services 8 Scarborough Housing Help Centre 9 Hellenic Home for the Aged < 4 Kennedy 54 Lawrence 9 0,400 existing daily TTC surface 8 57 Midland LAWRENCE EAST Ionview () Eglinton East (800m) % 6% % % 0% within

6 KENNEDY Kennedy Station is designated a Area by the Official Plan, and Eglinton Avenue East is designated as an Avenue with potential for adjacent development. The station area has good development potential with high number of underutilized soft sites. Kennedy/Eglinton Public Library Don Montgomery Community Recreation Centre Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School 4 Kennedy 57 Midland Kennedy station is a Mobility Hub that provides an opportunity for connections to the Bloor-Danforth subway and the future Eglinton Crosstown LRT; improved transfer facilities may be required. Existing GO Rail station south of Eglinton 4 Eglinton E KENNEDY Kingston Rd Brimley 86 Scarborough Danforth 6 Morningside Nugget 98 UofT Scarborough 54,00 existing daily TTC surface 57 Cliffside Kennedy Park () Ionview () Eglinton East (800m) % 49% 5% 4% within

7 SCARBOROUGH Scarborough Station is designated as s by the Official Plan. Although Kingston Road, which is designated as an Avenue, passes near the outer edges of the station area, the lands surrounding the station area are underutilized. Pine Hills Cemetery Resthaven Memorial Gardens Danforth 6 McCowan 57 Midland The only key destinations, a cemetery and memorial gardens, are minor ridership generators. Existing GO Rail station south of St Clair 9 Bellamy 0 Markham Rd SCARBOROUGH St Clair E 8,00 existing daily TTC surface Kingston Rd Kennedy Park () 57% 6% 5% % 0% within

8 DANFORTH Danforth Station is designated as a Area within a Stable Area by the Official Plan. Adjacent to the existing GO station for the proposed SmartTrack station is Danforth Avenue, which is designated as an Avenue which supports growth. Main Street Public Library Main Square Community Centre Ted Reeve Community Arena 64 Main Dawes Proximity to the Bloor-Danforth subway provides an opportunity for a connection; improved transfer facilities may be required. DANFORTH Danforth Existing GO Rail station east of Main 506 Carlton 5 Gerrard 0,00 existing daily TTC surface Taylor-Massey () 55% 9% % 0% 5% within

9 GERRARD Gerrard Station has significant redevelopment potential limited to the Gerrard Square shopping mall and surface parking lot, and other large-format retail uses immediately around the station. Gerrard Square Riverdale Collegiate Institute Jones Public Library 7 Pape 57 Jones Stable residential surrounding the retail sites, and a heritage conservation district, limit redevelopment potential in the catchment area. The station could provide a future interchange to the planned Relief Line. Proximity to Riverdale Heritage Conservation District Large-format retail/restaurant uses north of Gerrard Some surface parking lots north of Gerrard Gerrard Dundas 506 Carlton GERRARD,00 existing daily TTC surface 50 Queen none 64% % 9% % % within

10 QUEEN Queen Station has limited land availability for station facilities at Queen and Degrassi which may require facilities to encroach on Parks and. Development of a station at this location is anticipated to have a high impact on the surrounding community. Development potential around the satation is limited due to a cohesive heritage streetscape along Queen and stable residential all around. The station would provide connectivity to the downtown streetcar network, and could potentially provide some relief to the congested 50 Queen streetcar. Adjacent to Queen Street East Heritage Conservation District study area Close to Natural Heritage System Parkland and recreation centre north of Queen Queen/Saulter Public Library Jimmy Simpson Community Recreation Boulton Avenue Child Care Centre 4 Native Child and Family Services of Toronto 5 SEED Alternative School 505 Dundas 504 King Broadview QUEEN,00 existing daily TTC surface Carlton 7 Pape 50 Queen 50 Downtowner 50 Kingston Rd Eastern Lake Shore Regent Park (800m) 57% 8% 7% % 5% % within

11 UNILEVER Unilever Station has a major office and retail redevelopment proposed for this site that could eventually accommodate over 0,000 jobs. The development potential of the site is highly dependent on improved access to higher-order transit. Queen/Saulter Public Library Jimmy Simpson Community Recreation Distillery District River 504 King Bayview Broadview 50 Queen Close to Don River Close to Natural Heritage System Located inside Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Regulation Limit Located in er Don Floodplain Close to Listed Heritage Properties (Booth Yard) < UNILEVER Eastern 7 Pape Lake Shore Parking lot north of corridor Vacant industrial land south of rail corridor 0 existing daily TTC surface transit ridership at station location Regent Park (800m) 7% 7% % 5% 50% 8% within Regeneration Areas

12 UNION Union Station is the largest transit hub in the GTA, providing connections between several higher-order TTC and GO transit services. Union Station also provides access to the region s largest destinations and places of assembly including sports stadiums, theatres and tourist attractions. Union Station has several major office tower developments planned or proposed nearby, which will result in significant employment growth in the area. Some applications have already been submitted, and inquiries have been made for other sites. Located within Union Station Heritage conservation District Existing GO rail Station Air Canada Centre CN Tower / Ripley's Aquarium Metro Toronto Convention Centre 4 Sony Centre for the Performing Arts 5 St Lawrence Centre for the Arts 6 Roy Thomson Hall 7 Harbourfront Centre 8 Jack Layton Ferry Terminal 50 Queen Adelaide 508 King 6 Wellington Front 50 Harbourfront York 6 Bay 97 Yonge UNION 7 8 7,00 existing daily TTC surface 509 Spadina 4 Richmond 5 Church Jarvis Queens Quay none 7% % % 5% within Regeneration s

13 SPADINA Spadina Station station provides access to major destinations including sports stadiums and tourist attractions that experience large surges of trip generation. Major residential development is anticipated around the station with the completion of the new Railway s West and Fort York neighbourhoods. Significant existing employment is situated within 800m of the station in redeveloped brick-and-beam office buildings in the King-Spadina neighbourhood. Short distance from Union Station and the limited availability of space within the Union Station Rail Corridor may reduce the feasibility of a station here. Active rail yard on north side of rail corridor Rogers Centre CN Tower / Ripley s Aquarium Canadian Broadcasting Centre 4 Fort York National Historic Site 5 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport 5 Bathurst 4 5 > 50 Queen Richmond Adelaide SPADINA 50 Spadina 5,00 existing daily TTC surface 508 King Front Queens Quay none 8% % 7% 9% % within Regeneration s

14 LIBERTY VILLAGE Liberty Village Station has seen significant population and employment growth that is anticipated to continue as the neighbourhood becomes fully developed. The station would provide significant relief to the overcrowded 504 King streetcar, which generates a significant amount of ridership from Liberty Village. The proximity of Liberty Village to South Parkdale would improve transit access for disadvantaged residents. Limited space within the rail corridor at this location may affect the feasibility of this station. Close to Fort York National Historic site Large format retail and parking lot south of rail corridor Exhibition Place / BMO Field / Ricoh Coliseum Fort York National Historic Site Lamport Stadium 4 Centre for Addiction and Mental Health 5 Liberty Village Commercial Centre 508 Long Branch 9 Dufferin 6,000 existing daily TTC surface 5 6 Ossington King LIBERTY VILLAGE 50 Queen South Parkdale () % % % % 7% 7% 8% within Institutional Regeneration Areas

15 LANSDOWNE Lansdowne Station has limited development potential due to the stable residential around the site. A Large-format retail site has some longer-term redevelopment potential. The station could provide a faster alternative to the 505 Dundas and 506 Carlton streetcar service for trips destined to downtown. Large-format retail and parking lot northeast of rail corridor West Toronto Collegiate Institute LANSDOWNE 47 Lansdowne 5,400 existing daily TTC surface 505 Dundas 506 College 50 Queen 9 Dufferin South Parkdale (800m) 6% 8% 0% 9% 5% 5% within

16 DUNDAS WEST Dundas West Station is designated by the Official Plan as a Area located in an Avenue which supports growth in the surrounding areas. Dundas West Station is a Mobility Hub that provides opportunities for connections to the Bloor-Danforth, GO Rail services, the Union Pearson Express, and several streetcar and bus routes. Improved transfer facilities may be required Existing GO Rail station Park Plaza Bishop Marrocco / Thomas Merton Catholic secondary School Park < Bloor 504 King 505 Dundas 68 Symington 6,500 existing daily TTC surface DUNDAS WEST 47 Lansdowne none % 4% % % 0% % within Regeneration Areas

17 4 Keele ST CLAIR WEST St Clair West Station has significant long-term redevelopment potential for employment uses at the Stockyards. Large-format retail stores and their parking lots provide opportunities for intensification. The Stockyards St Clair / Silverthorn Public Library 89 Weston Existing land use designations limit the amount of residential growth potential around the station. Proximity to three Neighbourhood Improvement Areas would improve transit access to disadvantaged residents. 7 Runnymede 5 St Clair ST CLAIR WEST Vacant land west of rail corridor, south of St Clair Parking lot east of rail corridor, south of St Clair 68 Symington 9,900 existing daily TTC surface Weston-Pellam Park () Keelsdale-Eglinton (800m) Rockcliffe-Smythe (800m) 4% 8% 55% % within

18 MOUNT DENNIS Mount Dennis Station is designated by the Official Plan as Areas and s located in an Avenue which supports growth in the surrounding areas. Mount Dennis Public Library York Community Centre Eglinton Flats 89 Weston Mount Dennis is a Mobility Hub and there are opportunities to connect to the future Eglinton Crosstown LRT at Weston and Eglinton, along with GO Rail services in the corridor. This station area is within proximity of four Neighbourhood Improvement Areas and can allow better access to transit for these neighbourhoods. MT DENNIS Eglinton E Kodak Building No. 9 Located within the Natural Heritage System Proximity to Black Creek Proximity to Eglinton Flats Planned GO Rail station 7 Runnymymede 9,000 existing daily TTC surface Mount Dennis () Rockcliffe-Smythe () Keelesdale-Eglinton West () Beechborough-Greenbrook () 9% 5% 5% 9% 6% 9% within

19 SCARLETT / JANE Scarlett / Jane Station is designated by the Official Plan as stable residential Neighbourhood with some, which limits the redevelopment options in the catchment area. The Humber River is located nearby within Natural Areas with Archeological Potential and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority regulation limit. Some parts of Eglinton are identified as Avenues. Scarlett Woods Golf Course West Park Health Centre Ukrainian Canadian Memorial Park Eglinton E SCARLETT / JANE Within TRCA Regulation Limit Humber River available in public Right Of Way or tower sites. Ravine land 79 Scarlett Rd 8,00 existing daily TTC surface Rockcliffe-Smythe () Mount Dennis () 69% 6% 5% within

20 KIPLING Kipling Station is located in with stable residential limiting the redevelopment options in the catchment area. Eglinton street is designated as an Avenue by the Official Plan. Martingrove Collegiate Richview Collegiate St. George s Golf and Country Club 45 Kipling Wood lot available in former Richview expressway corridor North of Eglinton, but sold to developers by Build Toronto Eglinton E KIPLING 0,700 existing daily TTC surface Ionview () Eglinton East (800m) 54% 4% 6% 6% within

21 WESTON Weston Station is surrounded by Areas, stable and as well as some s and Natural Areas and Parks. Weston Collegiate Institute HJ Alexander Community School Portions of Weston Road parallel to the rail corridor are identified as an Avenue. The station is very close to Weston Heritage Conservation District. Close to Weston Heritage Conservation District Area of Archeological Potential WESTON 5 Lawrence Existing GO Rail station 79 Scarlett Rd 9,400 existing daily TTC surface 89 Weston Weston () Kingsview Village - The Westway () 4% % 4% 7% 7% 7% within

22 ETOBICOKE NORTH Etobicoke North Station is mostly surrounded by industrial s. Outlet shopping 7 Islington The station has potential to provide improved transit access to Areas. Some stable residential are located south of way 40. Area of Archeological Potential 45 Kipling ETOBICOKE NORTH Existing GO Rail station Belfield Hwy 409 Hwy 40 6,700 existing daily TTC surface Kingsview Village - The Westway () 67% % within

23 WOODBINE Woodbine Station is mostly surrounded by s including Woodbine Racetrack and industrial areas. A station at this location could be a catalyst for a major redevelopment of the Woodbine Racetrack. Area of Archeological Potential Vacant land on racetrack site along rail corridor Woodbine Racetrack Woodbine Shopping Centre Toronto West Detention Centre WOODBINE > 9 Hwy 7 Rocket 9,00 existing daily TTC surface none 96% 4% within

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